BRADENTON, Fla. – Pastor Randy Bezet loves to interact personally with his congregation at Bayside Community Church, but in nine different locations, he can’t go to every site once, until now.
Bezet uses a new holographic technology called Proto. It can take him anywhere, live or recorded. He can even interact with the audience.
“It’s really what I thought would put me in nine locations at a time or have the potential to do that and make it more personal than if it was just a video or a flat-screen,” Bezet explains.
Technology company Life Display is showing businesses how they can get involved with Proto.
“Wherever there is a Proto unit you can beam someone to multiple locations. You can literally have hundreds and thousands of these locations and beam yourself anywhere in the world. You can do it. to be operated using the iPad and your cellphone.The strange thing about Proto is that they have the technology that makes it possible that all you need is a white backdrop, a light at a distance and a 4K camera and it can be a cellphone.That’s for recording or beaming someone live.We can advertise products, we can broadcast art, we can show gyms from all over the world “who do these amazing exercise classes and it’s probably celebrities who do these classes. We put these units in malls, in airports, in places where there are people and there’s traffic,” he said. Stacey Pitts n does not have a Life Display.
For Bezet, the Proto is a way of thinking outside the box while technically in one.
“We will do whatever we can to reach and affect as many people as we can and in this case try a new technology like this,” Bezet shared.
LINK: For more information on Proto visit https://lifedisplay.com/.